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Celebrate the new series of Britain’s Got Talent by wearing a slightly wrong t-shirt that happens to be slightly accurate simultaneously.




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'Orphan' (2009)

'I don't think Mommy likes me very much.'

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Cover art for a fictitious Criterion release of The Shining.

Artist: Gary E. Irwin

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Pan Macmillan is to launch a horror writing prize in memory of author James Herbert.

"The James Herbert Award for Horror Writing will be awarded annually, and aims to discover and publicise a new generation of horror authors. The winner will receive a cheque for £2,000 and a specially designed commemorative statuette…"

""Plug it up, plug it up," yell Carrie’s classmates in the extraordinary opening to Stephen King's debut novel. Carietta White, bullied for years at school, the daughter of a domineering, ultra-religious mother and the owner of unsuspected telekinetic powers, has just got her first period at the age of 16 while in the showers at school, and thinks she is bleeding to death.

""Carrie looked down at herself. She shrieked. The sound was very loud in the humid locker room," writes King.

""The laughter, disgusted, contemptuous, horrified, seemed to rise and bloom into something jagged and ugly, and the girls were bombarding her with tampons and sanitary napkins, some from purses, some from the broken dispenser on the wall."

"That story, written by a 26-year-old teacher and laundry worker and published for the first time on 5 April 1974, would go on to transform King’s life…"

Faber & Faber is delighted to announce the publication of four new editions in B format of the ‘strange stories’ of Robert Aickman – widely regarded as the twentieth century’s greatest English writer of supernatural stories – to mark the centenary of his birth in June 2014.

Faber Finds will also re-issue Aickman’s extremely rare novels The Late Breakfasters and The Model, both of which have been out of print for decades…”

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Twelves Tales of Suspense and the Supernatural, by Davis Grubb | Fawcett Crest Books, 1965. (Artist unknown.)

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"Welcome to Random Reads, wherein we talk to authors about the characters and stories that defined their careers. The catch: They don’t know beforehand which ones we’ll ask them to talk about.

"…Karen Russell published her first short story collection, St. Lucy’s Home For Girls Raised By Wolves, in 2007, only a year after receiving her MFA. With the fanciful dark comedy of the title story, “Ava Wrestles The Alligator,” and “Lady Yeti And The Palace Of Artificial Snows,” Russell’s work was immediately recognized for its imagination. A second story collection, Vampires In The Lemon Grove, was released last year, with another array of surreal tales that inject horror and science fiction into otherwise recognizable realities…”